Miraculous of all, I cooked. Only a simple tuna fried rice, but, I cooked with love, and with healthy ingredients. Medium glycemic index basmati rice, minimal olive oil and chili sauce, fresh tomatoes and anchovies for additional tastes, and, a lot of carrots and broccoli to complement the tuna in water.
Then, outdoor excursion. Khalish loved the scenery around the Botanical Garden, Putrajaya. Kamal and I have been there for a dinner at Putrajaya Seafood Restaurant before our son's presence. We explored the park for the first time when Khalish was eight-month old. Next time, the three of us would love to cycle there. Leisurely picnics with families and chums, as well.
I did not carry my camera along though. So, instead of current photos of our outdoor excursion, let us take a stroll down memory lane with past photos, at the same place, once upon a Sunday in March 2009. That was the time when Kamal and I were as chubby as Khalish, I could not find another nursing top as comfortable as the one I was wearing, and, there were more photos of me as compared to now:
Jom, join me for a cycle or picnic one fine Sunday and let us pray that I have moved on from a mere Nasi Goreng Tuna by then.